The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.

A WINGED VICTORY FOR THE SULLEN

Ambient greats A Winged Victory for the Sullen released new album The Undivided Five today and you can stream it below. They've also announced a few North American shows, including, Philly, Montreal, Chicago, Saint Paul, Vancouver, Seattle and San Francisco. More dates may still be announced -- check out their full schedule here.

THE NECKS

Australian avant-garde instrumental trio The Necks, whose unpigeonholable sound pulls from jazz, rock and classical, will be in the U.S. for the 2020 edition of Big Ears, and while here will play a few other shows, including Portsmouth, NH, NYC (two shows at Le Poisson Rouge on March 25), Bellefontaine (OH), Iowa City, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Head here for all dates and listen to 2018's "The Body" below:

TAME IMPALA

Also Australian but slightly better known than The Necks are Tame Impala who announced North American shows in support of their upcoming album, The Slow Rush.

MARY HALVORSON

Experimental/improvisational guitarist Mary Halvorson, who just released an album with Deerhoof's John Dietrich, is currently on the road as part of the Tomeka Reid Quartet who have Midwest dates through the weekend. She’s also got shows with cornet player Taylor Ho Bynum, shows in Europe, and will be back for a residency at The Stone from December 3 – 7 that will have her collaborating with a variety of musicians. Head here for all dates.

RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE

All signs point to Rage Against The Machine getting back together in 2020.

GARCIA PEOPLES

New Jersey jammers Garcia Peoples recently released One Step Behind (stream it below) and even more recently wrapped up an October residency at NYC's Nublu 151. The band have East Coast dates this year (with another NYC show at Le Poisson Rouge on December 30 with Ryley Walker and Chris Forsythe which is a Phish afterparty) and they've just announced Midwest and West Coast dates for early 2020. All dates are here and listen to One Step Behind:

THE NATVRAL (DATES WITH THE PRIDS)

The Natvral, aka Pains of Being Pure at Heart frontman Kip Berman, has just shared a cover of “You Looked Like a Portrait” by indie rock band Dear Nora and he's got a few upcoming shows. He'll play Brooklyn's The Broadway on November 6, and then head out with Portland band The Prids for shows in DC, Northampton, Saratoga Springs, Marlboro (VT), and Brooklyn (Union Pool on 11/16 with Peggy Wang's new band, Store Front, and Jeanines). The Natvral also plays the Slumberland Records 30th Anniversary show at Union Pool on December 14 with Jeanines, Lake Ruth, and Pale Lights. All dates are here.

FRED ARMISEN

Fred's got more dates of his ongoing “Comedy for Musicians but Everyone is Welcome” tour including stops in Asbury Park, NJ, Los Angeles and Milwaukee.

Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.